Antonio is the ninth largest city in the United States with a
population of over one million people.
North East Independent
School District spans 140 square miles in the north central and
northeast section of Bexar County. It contains forty-four elementary schools, thirteen middle
schools, and seven comprehensive high schools.
MacArthur High School, established in 1951, has a population of approximately
2,600 students that is ethnically diverse. Between 1999 and 2002, our
campus experienced an entire facelift. Even though we are the oldest
NEISD high school, every major building is new. MacArthur students are active in a large variety of extracurricular activities while continuing to strive for excellence in academics.
MacArthur High School houses the Electrical Systems Technology Program for students in ninth through twelfth grade who are interested in the electrical industry. The program has been established as an Apprenticeship Program in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. Students will have an opportunity to earn apprenticeship hours while they are in high school.
Over the years, MacArthur has had numerous National Merit scholars.
of MacArthur Attendance Area
All campuses in the North East Independent School District are fully
accredited by the Texas Education Agency. MacArthur is designated as a
National Exemplary School through the U.S. Department of Education's Secondary
School Recognition Program.
MacArthur is on an 8 period day with each semester lasting approximately 18 weeks and
having two nine-week reporting periods. A typical schedule consists of 7
classes and 1 lunch period. The length of a class period is 50 minutes and classes meet every